What are the best ipad file managers?

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    #1iFiles 2

    iFiles 2

    iFiles 2 is an all in one app. You can read a PDF, record an audio, edit a text or send your documents to an online file storage like Dropbox or Google Drive.

    Apps

    iOS

    $4.99

    Jerry Beck
    Written on January 16, 2018
    "I prefer separate apps for the different things I need to do but for folks who want everything all in one place...this is a great way to go. I have used this and a good friend loves it. Give it a try and will likely meet your needs."
  2. 11

    #2FileApp

    FileApp

    FileApp is an app for iOS devices. With this app, you can manage all your documents; PDF, HTML or video files. Also, the app includes a basic photo editor. 

    Apps

    iOS

    Free

    Diana Howell
    Written on November 2, 2017
    "I found this to be a handy app. I found it useful for managing files on the ipad."
  3. 10

    #3File Manager & Browser

    File Manager & Browser

    File Manager is a powerful app for iOS devices. With this app, you can organize all your documents, play music, read PDF files and compressed files like RAR or ZIP.

    Apps

    iOS

    Free

    Harry Long
    Written on October 29, 2017
    "This looks like a basic file manager. You can read PDFs and other documents, access your files, create ZIP files and all the basic stuff a file manager does. It seems like a decent solution, but it is very new and probably still working out the kinks. I would go with something a little more battle tested."
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    #4Documents by Readdle

    Documents by Readdle

    With Documents by Readdle, you can have all your documents, files, books, and any type of content just in one place! This free app also allows you to create texts, import files, listen to music, and much more!

    Apps

    iOS

    Free

    Linda Austin
    Written on November 2, 2017
    "This is probably the smartest file manager ever. Not only can you easily find all of your documents, you can use the same app to read and create documents, listen to your media files, and import and export. It's a great, easy on the eyes interface, and the execution of the app just works. It makes so much more sense than having 3 or 4 different files for things that this one app can take care of. "
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    #5OrganiDoc HD

    OrganiDoc HD

    OrganiDoc HD is a powerful app to manage all your files. The app lets you read many kinds of formats (PDF, doc, xls, ppt, key, pages, zip, rar, jpg...) and compress files. 

    Apps

    iOS

    $4.99

    Eric Chen
    Written on November 5, 2017
    "If you have lots of files that you need to organize and manage, OrganiDoc HD is a great app I found after trying several others but wasn't exactly pleased with their performance. I found the OrganiDoc HD app to perfectly match my needs by being both powerful in its ability to organize and compress files, but also to do so across a large variety of different formats. It's a great app to really help clean up and streamline all your cluttered files."
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    #6Dropbox

    Dropbox

    Dropbox is a cloud-based file hosting service for personal or business use, available on computers and mobile devices. Easily store all your data in a safe and secure location that sync across all your devices or can be shared with friends or co-workers for collaborative work.

    Apps

    Windows, Mac, Android, iOS

    Varies by plan

    Phillip Hanson
    Written on November 9, 2017
    "I do a lot of artwork on my iPad Pro in apps like Affinity Pro and Procreate, and generally, need to transfer those files to my Mac so I can finish up in Photoshop or Illustrator. Dropbox has indispensable in improving my workflow as I can transfer large cache of files between my iPad and Mac. This process has been improved even more now with iOS 11 and High Sierra with the introduction of Files."
  4. 7

    #7Files

    Files

    Files is a helpful app to don't lose any important document. With this app, you can organize and view all of your documents, rename it and much more. 

    Apps

    iOS

    $5.99

    Alice Stephens
    Written on November 7, 2017
    "This app looks like it has all the bells and whistles that would really help me organize my files. There is just one small issue. There are almost no reviews and having to pay for an app even 5.99 makes me more particular about checking all the details. The only review that shows is that there is no help or users guide. I might be good with tech but I would rather know and hint or tricks for a new product."
  5. 1

    #8Kdan PDF Reader

    Kdan PDF Reader

    Kdan PDF Reader is a free app for mobile devices which allows you to read, manage and edit PDF files. You can easily scan and convert PDF documents, make annotations and back up and share files with your friends or coworkers.

    Apps

    Android, iOS

    Free- with in-app purchases

    文嘉 張
    Written on March 30, 2018
    "There is always a better option, it contains many function such as markup text, add hyperlinks and provide night mode. it has almost kinds of tools that you want"

Summary

Best What are the best ipad file managers
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1iFiles 2Apps 11 Paid
2FileAppApps 11 Free
3File Manager & BrowserApps 10 Free
4Documents by ReaddleApps 10 Free
5OrganiDoc HDApps 9 Paid
6DropboxApps 8 Free
7FilesApps 7 Paid
8Kdan PDF ReaderApps 1 Free
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